[Infusion-users] UIEnhancer on every page etc.
fatima.ohussain at gmail.com
Wed Jun 8 16:42:36 UTC 2011
Thank you very much for your reply. It is much appreciated. I look forward
to the release of Infusion 1.4.
For the time being i have placed my button on the top right corner.
I have one more question. After the user has modified the interface, I want
the settings to be applied to more pages in addition to the current page.
I followed step 8 on the tuturial which instructs to follow step 3 on every
Basically, i have added my version of the myInit.js file to the other pages,
Its working reasonably well with some layout problems which I think need to
be fixed in my own CSS files.
Just wanted to double check that this is the way it is supposed to be done
and i am not overdoing or missing anything.
Thank you very much,
On Wed, Jun 8, 2011 at 11:16 AM, James William Yoon <jyoon at ocad.ca> wrote:
> Hi Fatima,
> I'm happy to hear about your interest in UI Options.
> Regarding the placement of UIO trigger button:
> There aren't any guidelines per se on where one should position the UIO
> trigger button. It depends largely on the context of your website, and
> whether you've also customize the component itself.
> Infusion 1.4 (coming in a couple weeks), will revamp the current UIO and
> come initially with two configurations: 1) a panel version that shows the
> UIO controls actively alongside your website, and 2) a full-page version
> that has the controls on a separate page.
> In the case of #1 (a panel version that drops down from your website), I
> recommend you position the "Edit Appearance" button (or whatever you end up
> naming it--"Display Preferences", "Customize Display", "Interface Options",
> etc.) along the top edge of the site, so as to reinforce the metaphor that
> the user is "pulling down" the panel when they trigger UIO.
> One design where this is demonstrated is here:
> In the case of #2 (a full-page version that's separate from your content
> pages), this depends even more so on your existing website. It may be that
> you add a link to the UIO controls page in a user's account settings page;
> otherwise, it's generally sensible to place it near other page- or site-wide
> elements (usually near the top or bottom of your page).
> You can also see some of the original design intentions for UIO here:
> If you have any other questions, please let us know.
>> I was wondering if there are any real websites using infusion components
>> especially the UI options.
>> Also, are there any accessibility guidelines about the best place to put
>> "Edit Appearance" button for the UI options.
>> Thank you very much,
>> Best Regards,
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